Realtime Replication of a Single File
STYMA, ROBERT E (ROBERT)
stymar at lucent.com
Thu Dec 8 20:30:45 UTC 2005
> Another option would be to run a task that does a "tail -f
> logfile", and pipe that to something to move the additions to
> the other machine (The best I could think of would be an IP
> socket connection).
If you could NFS mount the directory on the source machine,
"tail -f logfile" would eliminate the need to do the rsync.
This kind of depends on whether there are any firewalls which
would prevent NFS from working between the two machines.
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